Dinghy

Nathan Outteridge - Moth World Champion - Video

After a very competitive final day of racing, Nathan Outteridge has been crowned the 2014 International Moth Class World Champion.


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25 July 2014 19:41 GMT
Dinghy

Moth Worlds - Final day and title to Outterridge FULL STORY HERE

Both fleets were out on the water early this morning at Hayling Island for the final series of races, depending on the wind it was for a maximum of four final races.

First 2 races today saw a big push by Scott Babbage . . . But Outterridge was the more consistant and looked to have the title without the final race . . . And he confirmed it with a huge win in the final race of the championship, in some of the best conditions of the week.

Final overall leaders were:

1st AUS Nathan Outteridge of Wangi SC, 2nd GBR Chris Rashley of Royal London YC, 3rd AUS Josh Mcknight of RPAYC, 4th AUS Scott Babbage of Woollahra SC, 5th GBR Ben Paton of Lymington Town SC and 6th GBR Robert Greenhalgh of Royal Southern YC

G New
25 July 2014 9:24 GMT
Offshore

Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup - Video

Video edit from Day 4 and 5 of the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup.


G New
25 July 2014 15:26 GMT
America's Cup

35th America’s Cup - All-in FULL STORY HERE

Following the announcement of Team Australia – representative of the Hamilton Island Yacht Club, Challenger of Record of the 35th America’s Cup – of its intention to withdraw from the competition, the teams Luna Rossa Challenge, Artemis Racing, Ben Ainslie Racing and Team France – jointly with the yacht clubs they represent – confirm their full support to the event, regardless from the host venue that will be selected.


G New
25 July 2014 14:45 GMT
Keelboat

Six Metre European Championship - No Result FULL STORY HERE

Chris Hadden and the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club's Race Committee gave it their all to achieve two races on the final day of the Six Metre European Championship, but the wind once again refused to cooperate and their best efforts were thwarted. As a result no Six Metre European Champion, Modern or Classic, could be declared for 2014.

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G New
25 July 2014 14:39 GMT
Keelboat

Six Metre Europeans - Racing again FULL STORY HERE

After a two-day hiatus, Thursday, the fourth day of the Six Metre European Championship in Falmouth finally produced a much-needed third race for the twenty-seven competing teams. The regatta concludes Friday and a minimum of two more races must be completed before a Champion can be declared.The forecast anticipates around 10 knots from the east in the morning, dying off again by early afternoon.

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G New
25 July 2014 6:16 GMT
Dinghy

Moth Worlds - Video highlights of Day 6

Video highlights of Day 6 at the 2014 Moth Worlds in Hayling Island, UK. Interviews with British 49er sailor Dylan Fletcher (GBR), Chris Rashley (GBR) and America's Cup helmsman, Nathan Outteridge (AUS).


G New
24 July 2014 22:01 GMT
Dinghy

Sir Robin meets the Mothies at Hayling Island FULL STORY HERE

Sir Robin Knox-Johnson presented his BBC Radio Solent programme, The H2O Show, live from the Hayling Island SC balcony on Thursday. Among his guests were the Race Officers for the International Moth World Championships and two of the top competitors, Mike Lennon, the new British Champion and former World Champion Nathan Outterridge, who is leading the 2014 championship with one day to go.

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G New
24 July 2014 20:48 GMT
Offshore

Commodores' Cup - Ireland has a 100 point lead FULL STORY HERE

With five inshore races sailed Ireland has now established a solid lead of nearly 100 points, on 176 followed by GBR Red in second on 275.5 and with France Green and GBR Scotland jockeying for third place on 291.5 and 292.5 respectively. After today's second race just five points separated second from fifth place in the team rankings. In contrast to the frustration of yesterday's two unfinished races, today three inshore races were successfully held at the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup, bringing the Royal Ocean Racing Club's biennial flagship event for national teams with amateur crews back on schedule.

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G New
24 July 2014 20:34 GMT